Buchanan: As part of efforts to ensure electoral reform issues are captured with citizens voices, INTERNEWS, a USAID Liberia Media Development Project has concluded four (4) regional training to sharpen journalists skills across the country under the ‘CLEAR’ project.Read more
Buchanan – The Female Journalist Association of Liberia ( FEJAL) on Thursday, April 11, 2019, concluded a three-day media training for seven female Journalists on Electoral Reforms reporting.
By Sampson David
Internews Intensifies Election Reforms Reporting Training for Liberian Journalists in Western Liberia
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Internews Holds Electoral Reform Reporting Training For Journalists In Bong, Lofa and Nimba Counties
Ganta, Nimba County – Fifteen community radio journalists from Bong, Lofa, and Nimba Counties are currently attending electoral reform training in Ganta, Nimba County.
Monrovia – A youth-led media initiative, Youth Media Action, has embarked on a campaign aimed at electoral reform in Liberia.
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In the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), presidential elections have been postponed since 2015, leading to political violence and the resurgence of local identity-based conflicts in the Kasai area, in Tanganyika, in Haut Katanga, Ituri, South and North Kivu.
Funded by the U.S. government through USAID, CEPPS — Consortium for Elections and Political Process Strengthening (CEPPS), represented by IRI, NDI, IFES, Search for Common Ground, and Internews — kicked off a new elections support project.
Internews Helps Local Election Observers to Monitor Electoral Education, Political Speeches and Equal Access to Media During the Difficult Electoral Process in the DRC
The presidential election in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) was scheduled to take place in December 2016 but was delayed last year until December 2018.
In April of 2014, and then again in June, Afghans stunned the world as they came out to the polls in drove, defying Taliban threats to vote in the country's first-ever democratic transfer of power.